Beginning Very Epic

The Rise and Glory Days of My Pokémon Career, Including Every Deck I Played During HS-on/2012 and BLW-on/2013 Modified Formats

Grubbin’s Revenge

Vikavolt and Early Impressions of the UPR–RCL Format So Far (or: a Tentative Tier List)

With a Rebel Yell Grunt

Dragapult VMAX/Hammers, ADPZ/Hammers, Inteleon VMAX/…Hammers, and the Rebel Clash Economy

The Jungle Juice

Rillaboom VMAX/Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX for Limitless Q3

The Spy Who Hydro Sniped Me

Inteleon VMAX/Energy Denial (w/ Clefable RCL or Cinccino SSH) and Toxtricity VMAX/Koga’s Trap
It anchors itself in the ground with its single leg, then basks in the sun. After absorbing enough sunlight, its petals spread as it blooms brilliantly. (Gossifleur)

Picture in Picture

Top 64 @ Limitless Q2 w/ ADPZ, the Hidden Benefits of Livestreaming Yourself, Upgrading to ADPZZ, and Toxtricity VMAX for LQ3

East to West Vol. 2

The Rebel Clash Up-and-Comers, Including Falinks V, Malamar VMAX, and Lost March Rebooted

A Decade-Plus of Pokémon

Looking Back on My Time in the Game, from Greenhorn Junior to Successful Senior and, at Long Last, When We Left Off, Top-Ranked Master

The Socially-Distant Poké Life

How I’m Dealing w/ Being Stuck Inside, Myriad Online Tournaments, and Introducing Project Old Decks

Stone Temple Piloting

The Untapped Potential of Pokémon Research Lab, Omastar TEU, and Stonjourner VMAX
Its body resembles polished metal, and it’s both lightweight and strong. The only drawback is that it rusts easily. (Duraludon)

The Sands of Time

A Retrospective on My First Worlds, the Fateful Beaches, What I Top 8’d With (Terrakion/Eels), That Awful/Great 2012 Format, and My Most Important Lesson, a Loss

The Underdogs

A Handful of Underappreciated Cards from Rebel Clash (w/ Nuzzle ft. Boltund V, Scoop Up Mewtwo, and Lapras/Frosmoth)

From Here to There

My Lapras VMAX for the Limitless Online Series, Updated from Q1 for Q2 and w/ Rebel Clash for Q3

Em’s Chatter

My First Foray into Commentary, the Four Common Criticisms of Casters, and What I’ve Learned Behind the Mic So Far

Rayquaza and Chill

My Life as a Competitive Pokémon TCG Player, from 2010 to Now
The powerful muscles in its tail generate its electricity. Compared to its lower body, its upper half is entirely too small. (Dracozolt)